Pakistan national cricket team expected to depart for Dubai on Sunday, marking the beginning of their journey back home after the World Cup debacle.
Several players are scheduled to arrive in Dubai on Sunday morning, while others will follow suit in the evening. Among the cricketers, eight players are expected to reach Dubai tomorrow at 10:00 am, with their arrival in Pakistan slated for 2:00 a.m. on November 13 (Monday).
Captain Babar Azam will arrive in Lahore between November 12 and November 13. Meanwhile, Salman Ali Agha and Imamul Haq are anticipated to touch down in Lahore at 7:00 am on November 13.
Haris Rauf is set to reach Rawalpindi, while Usama Mir and Abdullah Shafique will land in Sialkot. Saud Shakeel and Abrar Ahmed are scheduled to touchdown in Karachi.
The return of the national team to Pakistan will undoubtedly prompt reflection on their World Cup campaign, which fell short of expectations. As the players disperse to their respective hometowns upon arrival, the cricketing fraternity will keenly observe developments and any announcements regarding the team's future plans and strategies.
While the disappointment of the World Cup setback lingers, the team will likely focus on regaining momentum and preparing for future cricket challenges.